JaysAnalysis: Darwinism Deconstructed, Pt 1

In this discussion, I approach Darwinism in terms of its philosophical presuppositions. The focus of my critique is in terms of the Darwinian worldview and its origins. I will not be giving cheesy creationist arguments here: this is a historic, epistemic and metaphysical critique. Does Darwinism provide “explanatory power” for such issues as the origins…

JaysAnalysis Interviews Author James Kelley

In this interview I was privileged to speak with author and researcher James Kelley.  James has published Anatomyzing Divinity and Realism of Glory to date, and has expertise in numerous subjects, from philosophy of science to literature to theology.  James explains his thesis on western esoterism and alchemy as a result of the Augustino-platonic tradition and absolute…

Romanian Writer Ninel Ganea Interviews Jay’s Analysis, Pt 2

Romanian writer, philosopher, and member of the Von Mises Institute, Ninel Ganea interviewed me concerning my own thoughts surrounding a variety of issues.  Ninel runs Karamazov.ro  and is posting the interview in 3 installments.  Below is part 2. Part 1 here Part 3 here You mentioned somewhere you were in between Orthodox Judaism and Eastern Christianity. Can you…

Romanian Writer Ninel Ganea Interviews Jay’s Analysis, Pt 1

Romanian writer, philosopher, and member of the Von Mises Institute, Ninel Ganea interviewed me concerning my own thoughts surrounding a variety of issues.  Ninel runs Karamazov.ro  and is posting the interview in 3 installments.  Below is part 1. Part 2 here Part 3 here Tell us a little about yourself. How did you discover Eastern Theology and how…

Apocalypticism, Republiconmunism and Race-specific Bio-Weapons

By: Jay For a long time I’ve held back on my actual thoughts on things, but nowadays I could care less. The actual operation of the entire society has become so absurd, backward, and irrational that it is now comical. For those aware, it is quite evident there is a long term plan to re-engineer and…

Cloud Atlas (2012) – Esoteric Analysis

The Gospel of Illuminism By: Jay Cloud Atlas (2012) was an interesting film on several levels. Fans of both the Wachowskis and Tom Tykwer will quickly recognize the fingerprints of all three, especially philosophical elements of the Matrix trilogy.  From the perspective of moral assessment, there is much in the film that I object to, but artistically speaking, I…

Blood Meridian as Gnostic Tirade: A Response to Harold Bloom and Leo Daugherty

   By: Jay      Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian is considered by many critics to be one of the best novels of the last century, ranked by many with Moby Dick and Absalom! Absalom!, while some have called McCarthy the heir apparent to William Faulkner and Flannery O’Connor.  Blood Meridian is certainly not your average book,…

Tron Legacy: Esoteric Analysis

By: Jay I hate to always harp on gnosticism, but it’s undeniably the recurrent theme of most sci fi and fantasy/cult films. Gnosticism is the ancient perennial tradition that descends from Egypt and (possibly) older civilizations. In its modern form, it comes to us from the Nag Hammadi documents recently discovered, whose tradition was passed down in…

Decoding Donnie Darko – Esoteric Analysis

By: Jay Donnie Darko is, on its most basic level, a film that is homage to 80s culture. It’s a cult classic (like many 80s films!) that references other 80s films, uses popular 80s film themes, and is set in 1988. But that is not all Donnie Darko is about. The film also makes statements about the socio-political and cultural…

Lost Ends Up Lost in Syncretistic Gnosis

By: Jay The “television event of the decade” ended with what is, in my opinion, the cheesiest and empty theme it could have possibly had.  As it turns out, as many had speculated, the entire storyline was Jack’s (and the other Oceanic passengers) afterlife – or the season 6 alternate reality…? Either way I was disillusioned.  This was all fine and…